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DEHAVILLAND DHC-2 MK 1 "THE BULL"

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CANADIAN BEAVER AVAILABLE ON WIPLINE FLOATS AND/OR WHEELS. PRICE REDUCED! PREVIOUSLY PART 135 AND U.S REGISTERED

WATCH THESE TWO VIDEOS OF THE BULL TAKING OFF!!!!!!!

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd7iVCoLQVg&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rT9sEZyKAXw&feature=youtu.be

 

Make DEHAVILLAND
Model DHC-2 MK-1 "THE BULL"
Year 1953
Reference Number 7288
Airframe Time 13,444.2
Engine S.M.O.H. PZL-3S, 600 HP (piston), 579.4 SMOH , 1000 TBO, 7 cylinders
Propeller S.P.O.H. Pezetel, US-132000A, 137.8 SOH,(16/02/2010) 2000 TBO, 4-BLADE
Avionics 1 VHF King KY 96A
1 HF Codan 2000
transponder King KT76A mode C, new 2004.
Intercom Flightcom 403
GPS Garmin 150
ADF King KT96
ELT Narco 10
PICTURES
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PONTIAC AIR PARK ; RESIDENTIAL/HANGER LOTS AVAILABLE
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Equipment Airplane available with Straight Wipline 6100 new in 1996 with a bg compartment in each float for $240,000.00 US
Wheels: 36 inches tundra tires
Kenmore seaplane finlets
Ventral fin (part of PZL engine installation
Pilot and co-pilot Recaro Automotive racing seats.
Dual controls.
Kenmore seat belts and shoulder harnesses.
Wipaire Skylight windows. 2 Rosen sun visors.
Kenmore domed windows in cabin doors.
Kenmore enlarged (aft cabin) side windows.
Enlarged baggage door.
Extended baggage compartment. 56 inches deep.
145 MPH on wheels or floats @ 75% power and 40 GPH
Remarks New and overhauled instruments were installed in 1986
All wiring were replaced with Teflon coated aircraft wire
New Cessna switches and breakers were installed in 1986
Electronic fuel flow connected to GPS. (2006)
Wipaire electric driven flaps pump system
Wipaire electric fuel and primer pumps with Wobble pump remaining operative
Wipaire water-rudder retract handle
Wing tip tanks. Flush doors latches, Citabria type, with lock
All AD's done up to date
Gross weight: 5370 LBS. Damage history : none to my knowledge
1- Fuel flow is 10-15% lower than a regular Beaver. 18 GPH at 110-115 MPH
2- Reliability is as good as or better than a regular Beaver. I have maintenance bills to prove this
3- Parts are not difficult to find. I have all the parts for the next prop overhaul
4- Parts are less expensive than a regular Beaver. New propeller= $4 000. New engine= $10 000
5- Labor is equal or less man hours than a regular Beaver. More space to work between 2 cylinders

Empty on floats= 4027 lbs., Empty on tundra tires= 3674 lbs

"THE FASTEST PISTON BEAVER IN THE WORLD!!"
"MPG MOVIE AVAILABLE"
"TRADE down the Bull to Cessna amphib"
$199,500 USD ON 36" TUNDRA TIRES
UPDATED MARCH 26, 2018
Exterior BROWN ORANGE AND BEIGE 8/10
Interior BROWN & BEIGE 8/10. Year done : 1986 (6 seats done in 2007)
Comments CANADIAN AIRCRAFT/ WAS FAA CERTIFIED, PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL
Price 199,500 USD ON 36" TUNDRA TIRES, UPDATED MARCH 26, 2018

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